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Finistère's coastlines

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With the English Channel to the north, the Iroise Sea to the west and the Atlantic Ocean to the south, Finistère is completely under the influence of the sea.

For millions of years, waves and storms have shaped our jagged coastlines, creating a wild beauty that is softened by the Gulf Stream.

From north to south, the coast has a thousand different faces, including soaring cliffs, flat beaches, sand dunes and stretches of pebbles. The Abers forge their own shapes in the land, peaceful ports are revealed as you round the corner of a creek; and we mustn’t forget the islands, worlds apart, with distinctly different personalities.

From the Pointe de Primel in the north to the Pointe de Trévignon in the south, there are over 1200 kilometres of coastline, including coastal points with unbelievable views and breath-taking panoramas, perfect places to gaze out to sea and watch the magical light playing on the water.

Your holiday on the seaside

Dreaming of a break at the water's edge ? Discover our breaks "Right on the beach"!

Beaches of Finistère

Beach-lovers will be bowled over by Finistère. Let’s be honest, Mother Nature certainly spoiled us here in Finistère, where the 1200 kilometres of coastline mean it tops the list of France’s maritime areas.

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Coastal activities

For energetic, active and revitalising holidays!

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Stunning landscapes

The coastal landscapes of Finistère boast an exceptional diversity. Wait no longer to discover their captivating, changing beauty, shifting with each hour and season, the abers, bays, cliffs and coastal points!

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